Sheriff's Office Investigating Mail Theft and Fraud Case
On May 11, 2020, in the 3900 block of Pine Air Place, a victim checked their mail after the usual delivery time and noticed their mailbox was empty. The victim also noticed several empty envelopes laying on the ground near the mailboxes.
Because of this suspicious activity, the victim checked their business credit card account and saw several fraudulent transactions amounting to more than $2,000 that same day. The transactions occurred at several businesses located in the Jackson Creek Parkway area.
The first suspect is described as a lighter complexioned male with dark short hair, with a beard and mustache, wearing sunglasses, a black shirt, red pants, and white tennis shoes.
The second suspect is described as a white female with brown and red hair, wearing a blue zippered jacketed with a yellow stripe on both arms.
The suspect vehicle is a dark colored sedan, possibly a Chrysler 200 or 300.
The Sheriff's Office is asking for anyone with information regarding this case to call our Patrol Tip Line at 719-520-7777 or to email Deputy Kimble Gingrich at [email protected]. Any information may prove valuable in solving the case and could consist of things as simple as anyone remembering suspicious vehicles or people they saw in or around the area on the date of this crime.
Attached to this media release are still images obtained from the video footage showing the suspects and suspect vehicle.